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News Section Icon Published 18/11/2022

EU research confirms long animal journeys pose human health risks

The EU food safety agency confirmed that animal transport poses a risk of exacerbating the current public health crisis of 'superbugs' — bacteria and viruses that are resistant to existing treatments.

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News Section Icon Published 18/11/2022

Will EU take the action needed to contain the rise of superbugs?

On World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, it is essential to remind ourselves that since 1945, when antibiotics became available for mass use, millions of lives have been saved and life expectancy has increased in many parts of the world.

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News Section Icon Published 10/11/2022

Documentary screening & discussion with directors: Who we eat

European Parliament screening of “Who We Eat: The Status Quo,” the first episode of the ARTE documentary series that questions our perception of animal farming while speaking with farmers and advocates for animals.

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